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Obese Women Have Higher Risk of Giving Birth to Babies with Certain Defects Women who are obese before becoming pregnant have a higher risk of giving birth to babies with congenital defects, such as missing limbs or underdeveloped spinal cords, according to researchers at t ...
Aug 08 2007 4:22pm
Mom gives birth to sextuplets, then trains for marathon I saw a story on TV last night about a woman who gave birth to sextuplets, and after coming home with the babies and they started to grow, began training for a marathon with walks with the children ...
Jun 21 2008 8:38am
wow that's alot of babies at once how can you take care of them all at once? more
May 05 2009 4:13pm
Children, Solitude and Spiritual Growth I am not sure if I want children or not. (The decision may be made for me, as I have yet to find the right relationship within which to have children.) I used to think that I needed to have children ...
Feb 24 2008 11:46pm
Nirmala, I understand your friend who wants to experience everything. I used to feel lik ... more
Feb 28 2008 11:58pm
Folate-Rich 'Super Tomato' Could Cut Birth Defects You say tomato, scientists say "fewer birth defects." U.S. researchers say they've created a folic acid-enriched "super tomato" that could cut the rate of birth defects, anemia and other folate defic ...
Apr 03 2007 11:43am
Top Five Ways to Develop a Heart of a Champion! As I look at sports clubs, at all levels, that are consistent winners, or examine highly successful organizations and individuals, I see five traits that are the hallmarks of a champion. Chara ...
Jul 31 2007 4:11pm
This is a truly great post. These are so true. We are really all competing for different p ... more
Dec 30 2007 7:43pm
Developing food alergies I recently broke out in hives after a bite of gluten. I eat gluten a lot, as I am vegetarian, and have never had this problem before. One of my friends, who is newly allergic to soy, told me that sh ...
Aug 29 2007 8:18am
... ed closing up and I couldn't eat anything anymore. more
Aug 30 2008 9:43am
Lower risk of developing Alzheimer's disease with Mediterranean diet Mediterranean diet may reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease. A team of scientists from Columbia University in New York found out that a diet rich in fruit, vegetables and fish and poor ...
Apr 15 2010 9:51am
Develop that weak hand! I can't stress how important it is to be able to handle a basketball with your off-hand to have success in the game of basketball. For a right-handed player, putting the ball in your left hand could ...
Jul 02 2007 9:56am
thats true more
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Jun 26 2008 12:16am
Child Development Resource Hi - My wife and I are starting a website to focus on child development questions and help parents share advice.  There are some great people on there who might have some really good advice if you a ...
Jan 22 2009 10:53am
Website looks quite good.  Nice job with the survey section that should be a valuable tool ... more
Jan 22 2009 2:57pm
Birth weight 'sets future health' Blood vessel changes linked to poor health later in life can be spotted within a few years in boys born small, say scientists. Eight-year-olds who were smaller at birth were more likely to hav ...
Aug 01 2008 9:43am
Would this apply to babies born prematurely, or just normal term? more
May 27 2010 2:06pm